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For full suspension bikes with 68mm BB shell
The Bafang BSBF-1 is an alternative fixing plate for stabilizing the mounting of the Bafang mid dive. Made of high strength 304 stainless steel, this bar will fit most full suspension bikes and attach to the down tube. Some bending or forming will probably be required for a rock solid installation with either a hose clamp or suitable M6 bolt. May be painted or left with original stainless steel finish.
*Only usable with 68 mm bottom bracket shell.
Fixed my rotation issues but negated the existing triangle mount.
Posted by madnut on Oct 20th 2017
Unlike some of the other reviews this one fit my BBSHD fine without any modification. It only reached one of my under frame bottle screws but that seems enough. One issue is that I had to put it right on the frame to fit as opposed to on top of the existing triangle mount. The triangle mount usually meshes with the BB with its teeth and prevents rotation. Putting this bar between the BB and the mounting plate makes the teeth mesh with the bar and so it solely relays on the bar instead of both. If the bar was made to sit on top of the mounting plate it would only add additional resistance instead of fully replacing it as it does now.
BSBF-1 outboard or inboard of the triangel mounting plate,?
Posted by Unknown on Sep 10th 2017
Mounting the BSBF-1 stabilizer bar inboard or outboard of the triangular mounting plate?????
Information on where to mount the BSBF-1 Stabilizer Bar lacking on you website or the packaging (one) included in shipping package. Is your designed intended for inboard or outboard of the “Triangle Mounting Plate.?” On the center line underside of the down tube on the conversion frame near the BB is a bottle cage mount. Mounting the BSBF-1 outboard of the triangel mounting plate, the mounting slots in the BSBF-1 were slightly off center toward the triangel mounting plate.
It appears your BSBF-1 design assumes mounting inboard, between the frame BB and the triangle mounting mounting plate making the BSBF-1 the primary device preventing rotation of the BBSHD motor negating rather than enhancing rotation resistance built into the triagle mounting mounting plate.
Recomend redesign for mounting outboard of the triangle mounting plate and the addition of instruction on web page or packing slip where to mount the the BSBF-1 relative to the triangle mounting plate.
Posted by Terry on Jun 11th 2017
I'm using it with a BBSHD on a 68 mm Jamis frame. It doesn't fit as supplied and I am in process of making it work. The two elongated bolt hole to attach it to the frame would best be left out entirely so that fixing holes could be put in by the customer in the required location. Also as mentioned by another reviewer the bracket needs to be altered to fit around the motor bosses on the BBSHD . The bracket is otherwise well made and is stainless steel.
Be warned, you need to dremel this for a BBSHD
Posted by Unknown on May 25th 2017
Tried to install this on the BBSHD today. It doesn't even fit on the motor. I understand that some bending / modification would be necessary to mount to the bike, but think it's reasonable to expect that a mounting bracket sold to fit a BBSHD should... fit the BBSHD. It can't fit to the BBSHD mounting bolts without drilling away at it. I think that's really poor to knowingly sell this as is.
Problem solved - MUST BUY
Posted by Ken Wang on Mar 24th 2017
Work as expected, no more re-torque. Thank God~
Although the description read "For full suspension bikes with 68mm BB shell",
you could still use this on hard-tail bike if you have BB68
The similar part BSB-1 needs some metal-working before it could fit bike frame,
BSBF-1 could be plug-and -play.
Didn't give it 5 star due to the item status on arriving:
It got some scratch ad dimple of bumping. I fixed it by spray matt-black.
Stabilizer bar for bbs02 solved a major issue for me
Posted by Jim on Feb 8th 2017
The stabilizer bar for bbs02 solved one of my biggest problems. I have the bbso02 installed on my mountain bike. I saw that under heavy terrain, the motor would work it's way loose and spin towards the ground. When this occurred, the controller error-ed out and I lost my ability to pedal. I was actually left stranded during a ride and had to be picked up. At first, I attempted to re-tighten the mounting nuts and apply loctite. Each time, it worked itself loose and the problem repeated. Searching for a solution, I happened to run across this stabilizer bar on the lunacycle site. I ordered it in the hopes it might solve this issue. When I received the bar, I installed it and my motor has been rock solid ever since. Even under extreme vibration conditions on the trail it holds rock solid! Thanks!